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Q| It is with a deep feeling of loue and fear that 
the Staff sends forth the first annual from the B. 
C. A. S. 

Q| In it haue been accumulated facts and fancies 
which portray the sunshine and shadows of our 
school life. Our efforts haue been earnest and 
we hope worthwhile. 

Q| If, upon glancing through its pages, you find 
pleasure will you not express it, thereby encour- 
aging our school-mates to continue the publica- 
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Editor-in-chief 
Business Manager 
Assistant Business Manager 
Senior Editor 
Junior Editor 
Sophomore Editor 
Freshman Editor 
Seventh Grade Editor 
Athletic Editor 
Athletic Editor 
Vocational Editor 
Home Economics Editor 
Alumni Editor 



Feme Cole 

Kerney Terrell 

Charles Hilcher 

Mae Terrell 

Dorothy Boiler 

Lincoln Stelk 

Rose Druttenthaner 

Kenneth Rapp 

Thomas Steele 

Dorothy Soesbe 

Karl Stocke 

Essie Carson 

Robert Lauder 



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JAMES KERNEY TERRELL 
"Colonel" 

"A hustler? Yes, in work or play 
We'll rank him first in every way- 
The future sure wi 1 honors bring 
To one who works at everything." 

Ambition : To blow one bubble 
that will not burst. 



Class Officers 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary and Treasurer 



Kerney Terrell 
Karl Stocke 
Mae Terrell 



Motto : Knowledge is Power 



Colors : Purple and White Flower : Sweet Pea 



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MARTHA FERNE COLE 

"She is merry, she is clever 
Surely had Bo-peep been ever 
Half so winsome, she had never 
Lost a sheep." 

Ambition : To not only be 
good, but to be good for some- 
thing. 



CHARLES GILBERT 
HILCHER 

"Chass," "Charlie," "Chuck" 

"Tall in stature, 
Broad in mind — 
That's "Chass" Hilcher — 
Watch him shine I" 

Ambition : To beat Babe 
Ruth at his own game. 



MAE LINNIE TERRELL 

"Maisie" 

"Wise except when otherwise, 
Was good except when bad, 
Was studious once in a great, 
great while. 
But never, never, sad." 

Ambition : To acquire tact. 




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THOMAS L. STEELE 

"Tom" 

"A jolly good fellow is he." 

Ambition : To be able to re- 
veal my store of knowledge 
without displaying my igno- 
rance. 



LORETTA AMELIA 
SCHMALL 

"Letty" 

"And still they gaze, and still 

the wonder grows, 
That one small head should hold 

all that she knows." 

Ambition : To be a little won- 
der. 



KARL L. STOCKE 

"A ra^e compound of oddity, 
wit and fun." 

Ambition : To find one. 



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ROBERT WILLIAM 
LAUDER 

"Bob," "Bobbie" 

"Firm, steady and true — 
Reliable too — 
'A bit of Scotch granite' 
The name is for you." 

Ambition : To not be as tar- 
dy in life as I am in school. 



GLADYS BERTHA 
JOHNSEN 

"Glad" 

"Calm and keen." 

Ambition : To prove that all 
blondes are not "light-headed." 



WILLIAM MARVIN 
JACKSON 

"Jack" 

"None but himself can be his 
parallel." 

Ambition : To accomplish 
great things without labor. 




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Senior Class History 




One lonely night as I sat thinking of the past, I soon found myself inter- 
ested in recalling each step onward of our class. I could see before me, the 
class as it steadily plodded on the road of the B. C. A. S. First, I recalled 
our class as it was falteringly but safely guided by our teachers through that 
awful first year of High School ; and then I realized that soon we would 
be leaving the wise guidance of these friends and facing the battles of the 
world as other students had done. 

The beginning of our career, as a class, brought me back to the first 
Monday in September, 1919, when we met at the Baldwin County Agricul- 
tural School full of happiness and ambition as most "rats" are. 

In our Freshman year, we organized our class, with Charles Hilcher as 
President, and Loretta Schmall, Secretary and Treasurer. Although our 
class had never been large enough to have its own basket ball team, never- 
theless some of the best athletes have come from it. The victories which 
these members have helped to win have given us courage and determination 
to strive, ever for the highest. 

When we assembled the following year to begin our Sophomore year's 
work, we agreed to keep our same officers ; but when we met the next year, 
as Juniors, we elected Kerney Terrell as our leader. 

After four months of vacation we were glad to return to school and 
take up our duties as dignified Seniors. All of our former classmates re- 
turned, and two new members joined our ranks. We kept our same officers 
this year as we knew they were the right kind to fill us with "pep" and de- 
termination. As this is the first class to publish a School Annual, we do not 
feel that we are boastful when we say we are proud of the class of '23, for 
giving to the world "The Satsuma." 

But as we know, even the most pleasant roads must have an end ; so our 
High School career, which has indeed been a pleasant road to travel, will 
end when we receive our diplomas. It is always hard to break the ties of 
love and friendship which bind us in our school days, but, feeling that we are 
now better prepared to take up our work in the worlds we' half-sadly, half- 
gladly bid farewell to our Alma Mater. Even though we are leaving her 
protecting halls to fill our places in the world we shall ever strive to be 
worthy of her care by keeping always before us the motto, "Knowledge is 
Power." 

GLADYS JOHNSEN, Historian. 



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Cldss Poem 




Was ever fairer picture given, 
Than this glad time of four past years, 
A vessel fair, oft tempest driven, 
Seniors, '23 to us appears. 

Trying storms of school oft hover, 
Sometimes, around each Senior's bark; 
When the worst exams are over, 
Tom Steele shows his credit mark. 

Tho the royal road is rocky, 
And the work is hard to do, 
With Charles Hilcher, strong and stocky, 
He will put the hardest thru. 

Just look, here is Gladys Johnsen, 
The fairest of our charming class, 
Whose fair tresses with gold are spun, 
That big, blue-eyed lass. 

Here, the smallest of the whole class, 
Always talking in the hall ; 
She's a studious, clever, bright lass, 
Our prophet, Loretta Schmall. 

Oh, how blithely in Life's spring season, 
Our Scotch Bobbie's borne his part, 
But bad luck brought rheumatism, 
Yet, he never loses heart. 

Mae Terrell, in the rosy prime 
Of Youth, is in our laughing throng, 
And where's a lass, who's more sublime 
Than she, who sings Life's cheery song? 

We give thanks for faithful labor 
To Feme Cole, in time of need; 
Like a soldier draws his saber, 
As editor, she does the deed. 



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Kerney Terrell's august power 
Works upon the minds of all — 
Bright his face, without a look sour, 
Pleasant smiles we all recall. 

With the Seniors now is abiding 
With friends and foes, both young and old; 
Fate, be kind, Jack at stake riding 
Make him more than worthless gold. 

Miss Dunn, our teacher, we adore, 
She has given us a plenty 
Of Shakespeare and of English lore. 
That our heads might not be empty. 

Miss Stewart the girls did enlighten, 
To boil and stew, to bake and brew, 
How bread to bake and homes to brighten, 
To make some dainty garments, too. 

Mr. West the boys did instruct, 
How trees to prune and land to build, 
And how the buildings to construct, 
So their brains with plans are filled. 

Miss Case, teacher of history, 
Many events, she oft does tell, 
Of Connecticut state story 
And some other places as well. 

Mr. Tipton, chemistry does teach, 
And the experiments we do, 
Should make us all be careful each, 
Explosives, handled we a few. 

You tho't, when I had but begun, 
That I was a noted poet, 
But now, that my poem's nearly done, 
That I'm not, you'll surely know it. 

KARL STOCKE. 




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"Last IDill and Testament 




We, the Senior Class of Nineteen Twenty Three (1923) being fully aware 
of the fact, that we shall soon depart from these walls forever, to bear the 
hardships of the cold, unsympathetic world alone, and being, this once, in 
full possession of a sound mind, do make known, publish, and declare this to 
be our last Will and Testament, at the same time rendering null and void any 
wills by us at any time heretofore made. 

We also wish to appoint Mr. Hartman our lawful executor to execute 
everything contained in this, our Last Will and Testament. Such property 
as it has pleased the gods to give us we dispose of as follows : 

ITEM I 

We do will and bequeath to the Faculty our heartfelt thanks for the 
many things they have done in our behalf, and for their untiring efforts in 
trying to impart to us some of their store of knowledge. 

ITEM II 

To the Juniors, we hereby will and bequeath all of our dignity, the fa- 
mous Senior corner and all privileges connected with it, also the right of 
going to Pensacola to have their pictures made. 

ITEM III 

To the Sophomores we leave the privilege of moving into the room with 
the dignified Seniors, hoping that by so doing they may catch the spirit of 
dignity so prevalent in this room. 

ITEM IV 

We hereby give, devise and bequeath to the Freshmen, Miss Dunn as 
their English teacher, with the injunctions, to never fail to have ready book 
reports, outlines and themes at stated times, for if such calamity should 
befall you, — woe unto you ! 

Our personal and other property we dispose of as follows: 

ITEM 1 

I, Loretta Schmall, do hereby will and bequeath, my vocabulary to Rob- 
ert Boyd. 

ITEM 2 

I, Mae Terrell, do hereby will and bequeath to Dorothy Boiler my right 
to act as substitute teacher in the absence of any of the grade teachers. 



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ITEM 3 

I, Feme Cole, do hereby will and bequeath my ability as an artist to 
Rudolph Terry. 

ITEM 4 

I, Karl Stocke, do hereby will and bequeath my geometrical ideas to 
Dorothy Orr. 

ITEM 5 

I, Charles Hilcher, do give and bequeath my height to Herbert Crandall. 

ITEM 6 

I, Kerney Terrell, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to memorize 
poetry to Lincoln Stelk. 

ITEM 7 

I, Gladys Johnsen, do hereby will and bequeath by ability as a basket- 
ball guard to Dorothy Soesbe. 

ITEM 8 

I, Thomas Steele, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to learn English 
to Burl Avery. 

ITEM 9 

I, Marvin Jackson, do hereby leave my surplus knowledge to Lorene 
Sharp. 

ITEM 10 

I, Robert Lauder, do hereby give and bequeath my dignified manner to 
Albena Gagnon. 

In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hand and seal this Fourth 
day of May, Nineteen Hundred and Twenty Three. 

SENIOR CLASS, 

Thomas Steele, Counsel. 



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lass Prophecy 



Last night "I pondered weak and weary," trying to write a class proph- 
ecy ; but after many unsuccessful attempts I gave it up, and retired. 

During the night I had a most unusual dream — 

I was out seeing the many strange' sights in China. Soon I came to 
the place where Aladdin, who possessed the wonderful magic lamp, lived. 
Since the African magician carried it off, Aladdin would not allow any one 
to take the magic lamp out of the castle. He asked me if I wished to see 
the genie of the lamp and ask it questions. As I had never seen a genie, I 
replied that it would be a great pleasure to me. 

I rubbed the magic lamp, and as the genie appeared it said, "What do 
you wish?" 

"Dear genie," said I, "I would be very grateful to you if you would re- 
veal to me the future of my classmates of the B. C. A. S." 

To my delight, the genie said, "I will do as you wish." 

I listened breathlessly until he had finished saying the following: 

"Kerney Terrell, who is now President of your class, will be governor of 
New York. He will manage the affairs of that state as capable as he has 
those of the class of '23. 

"Charles Hilcher will be a famous lawyer, known throughout the country. 

"Karl Stokes will be a poet, whose works will be read by the masses. 
His name will be foremost among the great American poets of the twentieth 
century. 

"Mae Terrell will smile her way through politics and in ten years be 
mayor of Los Angeles. 

"Robert Lauder will be known as one of the great scientists. 

"Marvin Jackson is to be an inventor of many useful electrical devices 
and machines ; in fact — a second Edison. 

"Thomas Steele, who is now called just plain 'Tom,' will in time to 
come, be known as Dr. Thomas L. Steele, M. D. He will specialize in brain 
diseases. ™ 

"Feme Cole will, in years to come, produce masterpieces of art which 
cannot be excelled. 

"A marked change will take place in Gladys Johnsen, for she will soon 
love music better than basket-ball, and will become famous as an opera 
dinger. 

" "And vou will—" 

Just then the alarm clock rang, causing- me to awake with a start. I 
did not forget my dream, however, but finished the genie's last sentence — 
"And I shall write the prophecy of the class of '23." 

LORETTA SCHMALL. 



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Classified Jids 



Wanted — An adding machine to be used in adding demerits. — Miss Dunn. 

* * * 

Forgotten — "Macbeth's Soliloquy." — Kerney Terrell. 

* * * 

Lost — A good knowledge of American Literature. — Thomas Steele. 

* * * 

Wanted — A Junior girl who is ever on time. — Miss Stewart. 

* * * 

Wanted — A remedy for tallness. — Chas. Hilcher. 

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Warning — Any girls found in company of boys will be punished to the fullest 
extent of the law. — Mr. Tipton. 

* * * 

Found — Vanity case with initials "G. B. J." on it. — Karl Stockes. 

* * * 

Lost — My interest in Connecticut. — Miss Case. 

* * * 

Wanted — A note-book that will not walk off at the critical moment. — Lo- 
retta Schmall. 

* * * 

For Sale — Several tardy marks. Will sell cheap. — Robert Lauder. 

* * * 

Wanted — The pupils to sing "Dixie." — Mr. West. 

* * * 

Wanted — Mae Terrell's everlasting smile. — Everybody. 

* * * 

Wanted — A basket-ball player that can beat Gladys Johnsen. — Girls' Basket 
Ball Team. 

* * * 

For Sale — My ability as a hot air artist. — Marvin Jackson. 

* * * 

For Sale — Several master-pieces of art. — Ferae Cole. 

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Wanted — A perpetual motion machine which will prepare our lessons — Senior 
Class. 



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Junior Class 



Class Motto : "Not at the top, but climbing." 
Class Colors : Gold and White Flower, Shasta Daisy 

OFFICERS 

R. E. Terrell 

Verlie Green 

Dorothy Boiler 



resident 
Vice-President 
Secretary and Treasurer 

Burl Avery 
Dorothy Boiler 
Robert Boyd 
Essie Carson 
Thomas Carver 
Verlie Green 



CLASS ROLL 

Gladys Jewell 
Dorothy Orr 
Lorene Sharp 
Mildred Samuel 
Dorothy Soesbe 
R. E. Terrell 
Rudolph Terry 



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Classification of Juniors 



Burl Avery — Disposition, wild ; Hobby, talking in class ; Weakness, ge- 
ometry ; Likely to be, a professor. 

Robert Boycl — Disposition, pretty fair; Hobby, joy riding; Weakness, 
joking; Likely to be, a magician. 

Dorothy Boiler — Disposition, teasing; Hobby, breaking hearts; Weak- 
ness, boys ; Likely to be, married. 

Essie Carson — Disposition, darling ; Hobby, laughing ; Weakness, parties ; 
Likely to be, old maid teacher. 

Thomas Carver — Disposition, well balanced ; Hobby, baseball ; Weak- 
ness, blushing; Likely to be, thinner. 

Verlie Green — Disposition, explosive ; Hobby, getting his lessons ; Weak- 
ness, throwing goals ; Likely to be, a boot-legger. 

Gladys Jewell — Disposition, angelic ; Hobby, whining ; Weakness, writ- 
ing letters ; Likely to be, Mrs. 

Dorothy Orr — Disposition, sugary; Hobby, Jackson; Weakness, Curling 
her hair ; Likely to be, a beauty specialist. 

Dorothy Soesbe — Disposition, snappy ; Hobby, tests ; Weakness, Verlie ; 
Likley to be, "Topsy.' 

Mildred Samuels — Disposition, smooth ; Hobby, talking to Tom ; Weak- 
ness, Birmingham ; Likely to be, wild. 

Lorene Sharp — Disposition, sunny; Hobby, singing; Weakness, paint 
and powder ; Likely to be, a musician. 

Rudolph Terry — Disposition, peppery; Hobby, going to Oak; Weakness, 
getting demerits ; Likely to be, prizefighter. 

R. E. Terrell — Disposition, very good; Hobby, flirting; Weakness, class 
meetings ; Likely to be, President of United States. 



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UDe IDonder 



When Mr. Tipton will cease to look at his watch. 

If Bob Lauder will ever be on time. 

If Loretta Schmall will ever be seen dancing in the schoolroom. 

When Kerney and Charlie will change their style of hair-dressing. 

Who got the highest grades in the Senior class. 

Why we have to stay in sometimes. 

If Karl Stocke can keep still when he is laughing. 

If Marvin could answer a question without first saying, "ma'm." 

If Tom Steele ever did anything more than was necessary. 

If Gladys Johnsen ever laughed before breakfast. 

When Loretta will stop growing so Schmall. 

Which boy Miss Dunn likes best. 

If Mae can hum "Three Blind Mice" without the words. 

Where did Robinson Crusoe go with Friday on Saturday night. 

Who thunk this up. 

If Feme Cole ever copied. 

If Charley can see straight after midnight. 

If the Home Economics girls eat all they can and can all they can't. 

If Mr. West has ever been 'way down East. 

How many times you have laughed at this page. 

When Miss Dunn will get her Mrs. Degree. 

When Thomas Steele will stop flirting with the girls. 

If the Scotch singer, Sir Harry Lauder, is any relation to his brother. 
Bob Lauder. 






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Sophomore Glass 

OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary and Treasurer 



Mary McCord 

Vivian Jacobs 

Albena Gagnon 



MOTTO : 
'The elevator to success is not running: — take the stairs." 



COLORS : 
Blue and Gold 



FLOWER: 
Yellow Rose 



CLASS ROLL 

Lincoln S telk 

Albena Gagn O n 

Rudolph Ra P p 

Rut H Davis 

Frances B O yle 

Mary M cCord 

Vivian Jac O bs 

Lawrence F R itz 

Ronald Laud E r 

Roy Otto S on 



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u^duertisements for the Sophomores 

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Wanted — All the soda fountains in the world. — Phone : Chocolate Milk 10. 
Fritz. 

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Wanted — Someone to tell me how good-looking I am — Office : "Sweet 16." 
Line. 

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Wanted — A nice young man from the Independent Oil Company to furnish 
me with gas. — j^hone : lire 1234. Kuth. 

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Wanted — Someone who is willing to donate a Biology text book. — Address : 
Perdido Bay. "Red." 

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Wanted — A sheep to give me wool for a new sweater. — Office Hours : 13 to 

14 o'clock. Mary. 

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Wanted — Something to make me grow. — Phone : Yeast 887. Frances. 

* * * 

Wanted — Someone to take my picture while I'm crowing. — Address : 365 
Barnyard Ave. "Rooster." 

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Wanted — A pretty girl who can sew. — Phone : "Split 'em" 194. "Fat." 

* * * 

Wanted — Someone to cure me of "Vulgur Creatures." — Address : Culture 
Bldg., Webster, Dictionary. Albena. 

* * * 

For Sale — Groceries of all kinds, young men only. — Phone : Carrot 727. 
"Polly." 

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Rudolph who is always late ; 
Ronald with the bright red pate ; 
Lawrence who can spend the money; 
Frances who is sweet as honey ; 
'Bena is the best old girl; 
Mary's pretty head's a-curl ; 
Ruth has got a brand new Ford; 
Line walks like he'd be a Lord ; 
Roy is noted for his size ; 
Polly's got such nice brown eyes ; 
The Sophs are always on the job 
To put our Foley school on top. 



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Freshman Class 



Class Motto : "By steps we conquer." 



Flower : Pink Rose 



Colors : Pink and Green 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Editor 



OFFICERS 



Pauline McCord 

Louise Davis 

Alvis Kee 

Rose Druttenthaner 



CLASS ROLL 



Norman Ard 
L. B. Burch 
Josephine Carver 
Herbert Crandall 
Louise Davis 
Elizabeth Dempster 
Winsome Deusenberry 
Rose Druttenthaner 
Ellis Hadley 
Walter Hilcher 



Ruby Terrell 



Margaret Hoik 
Laura Jones 
Lenna Jones 
Alvis Kee 
Marie Kuhn 
Pauline McCord 
Ossie Mills 
Donald Murray 
Roscoe Robertson 
Dwight Steele 



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IDho's IDho in the Freshman Class 

The most popular student — Pauline McCprd. 

The most desperately in love — Elizabeth Dempster. 

The silliest girl happens to be — Josephine Carver. 

The laziest boy — Roscoe Robertson. 

The prettiest girl — Ossie Mills. 

The handsomest boy — Norman Ard. 

The biggest flirt — Lenna Jones. 

The best writer — Margaret Hoik. 

The luckiest student — Rose Druttenthaner. 

The freshest of freshies — Donald Murray. 

The most conceited boy — L. B. Burch. 

The ugliest boy — Winsome Deusenberry. 

The most studious student — Alvis Kee. 

The biggest sport — Dwight Steele. 

The vainest girl — Marie Kuhn. 

The most talkative girl — Ruby Terrell. 

The smartest girl — Louise Davis. 

The smartest boy — Herbert Crandall. 

The tallest girl — Laura Jones. 

The youngest Freshman — Walter Hilcher. 

The most disinterested boy — Ellis Hadley. 

The most loyal to B. C. A. H. S. — Everyone voted for himself. 



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We are tired of Reading and Arithmetic 
Of our Geography too, 

The Spelling book and the 
Grammar hard, 

We have studied thru and thru. 

We are ready to put our childish books, 

With our childish games away. 

Open new stores of knowledge wide, 

To lengthen our youth's bright day. 










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Class Motto : "Work and you shall succeed." 




Class Colors : Blue and Gold. Class Flower : Narcissus 




OFFICERS 




President ______ Virginia Ottoson 




Vice-President - - - Mildred Stelk 




Secretary and Treasurer - Edna Keller 




Editor ___---_ Kenneth Rapp 




CLASS ROLL 




Viola Ard Aline Whayne 




Eleanor Dempster Janetha Peterson 




Pearl Duncan Frank Cole 




Alma Hecht Mack FeH 




Mary Jacobs Robert Genske 




Aline Jackson Geo. Freiwald 




Queen Jones Kenneth Rapp 




Edna Keller Mathew Schnatz 




Vernon McKenzie Gustav Schultz 




Virginia Ottoson Harry Smalley 




Mildred Stelk John Sokirio 




Dorothy Williams John Standke 




Alice Wolbrink Milton Stelk 




Ruth Walser Max Sute 



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Uocational Agriculture Class 



Norman Ard 
Burl Avery 
L. B. Burch 
Robert Boyd 
Frank Cole 
Thomas Carver 
Herbert Crandall 
Winsome Deusenberry 
Lawrence Fritz 
Verlie Green 
Walter Hilcher 
Charles Hilcher 
Marvin Jackson 

Rudolph Terry 



Alvis Kee 
Robert Lauder 
Ronald Lauder 
Donald Murray 
Roy Ottoson 
Rudolph Rapp 
Roscoe Robinson 
Karl Stocke 
Thomas Steele 
Lincoln Stelk 
Dwight Steele 
Kerney Terrell 
R. E. Terrell 



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Uocational Agriculture 
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Through the efforts of the County Superintendent, the local board and 
people of Foley, the Department of Vocational Agricultural Training was 
added to the Foley School in 1919. The local board and people of Foley 
raised a sum of money to which was added, by the State of Alabama, double 
the amount raised in Foley. The County Superintendent must make means 
for providing for a part of the buildings, blacksmith equipment, carpenter 
tools, chairs, desks, tables, and laboratory equipment. The salary of the 
director of the department is partly paid by the County and partly by the State 
no definite per cent of amount set for County or State to pay. 

The aim of this department is the promotion of vocational agriculture in 
the United States. This department promotes education along the lines of 
agriculture, horticulture, blacksmith and carpenter work. 

There are four courses given in this department. The Freshman and 
Sophomore Class take field crops the first year and animal husbandry the 
second. The Junior and Senior class take horticulture the first year and farm 
management the second! In addition to these, there is shop work which 
includes iron and wood work, such as bookcases, fireless cookers and many 
more useful and practical articles. Each pupil is required to carry a home 
project such as some crop or animal on which a record is kept. 

Prof. J. O. Avery, the first teacher, was very much liked by the students 
and very progressive work has been done under him. The classes of 1920 and 
1921 were considerably larger than the year before. The classes of 1921 
and 1922 were somewhat smaller but very active, making articles of various 
kinds to sell, the proceeds of which were to go for an engine. With the aid 
of Mr. Foley, this was accomplished and a three horse-power engine now 
runs as a memorial of these classes. Prof. H. I. West came as a successor 
of Mr. Avery, who went into business with his brother and gave up teaching. 
Various farms have been visited the last year in the study of farm manage- 
ment and animal husbandry. Model farms are being made showing the 
proper methods of work, which will stand as a memorial to these classes 
in time to come. 

KARL L. STOCKE, 

Agriculture Editor. 




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tiome Economics Department 

This is the first year that Vocational Home Economics has been taught 
in the Baldwin County Agricultural School, and we feel that we have made 
such a success that people are realizing more and more its importance. 

The first semester we studied sewing, house decorating, re-finishing of 
furniture and arrangement of furniture in the home. 

The last semester we learned to cook, plan and serve meals and studied 
the relation of foods to health. 

One very important phase of our work was our "good health" talks. We 
weighed and measured the school children and went into the different rooms 
and ta'ked upon the subject of fresh air, clean teeth and plenty of fresh 
milk until we hope to find all students up to standard next year. 

Of course, Gladys Jewell and Dorothy Soesbe are the best biscuit makers 
and Mae Terrell and Feme Cole the best seamstresses, but we are all in- 
terested in the work and hope to have as good a teacher next year and to 
make more progress when we shall be in our new rooms. 

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Apologies to Will Carleton 



Our English teacher sat in her room, her countenance furrowed with care, 
Her mind at the bottom of business, her feet on the round of a chair, 
Her chair-arm an elbow supporting, her right hand upholding her head, 
Her eyes on her paper-covered desk, with different compositions spread: 
There were fifty long pages from Seniors, with underlined mistakes in red 
There. were short discussions from Juniors, discussing what some great man 

said 
There were descriptions from the Sophomores, describing large cities and 

harbors ; 
And a stray gem from Loretta, the Senior, telling of a couple of robbers, 
There were several long compositions with names telling whom they were by, 
Debating on some great historian who had done nothing worse than die. 
She glanced at the clock and took up a pencil and started to work 
For she was one of those teachers that had long ago learned never to shirk ; 
And 'tis thus with her noble profession and thus it will ever be still ; 
There are some who appreciate her labors, and some who perhaps never will. 

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FORWARDS 

Virginia Ottoson big and quick, will throw a goal 
And make her opponents look right sick. 

Besse Rockstahl known as "Sis" 
Can throw the goals, 
And never miss. 

Gladys Jewell though she be small 
Will make a goal, 
If she gets the ball. 

GUARDS 

Gladys Johnsen, thin and tall 

Is sure, as guard, to get the ball 

The enemy, when Marie is guard — 
To get a goal, must work right hard. 

Here's Mildred Stelk so 
Merry and gay 
She will bat the ball 
From the goal away. 

CENTERS 

Mary'McCord, Captain of our team, 

As jumping center, knows every old scheme. 

Frances Boyle, quick and rough 

Will make any team say, they've had enough. 

Dorothy Soesbe — Can't she go? 

The enemy has no chance for a throw. 

Others who have worked with the team and maybe some day will be on 
it are : Pauline McCord, Ruth Davis, Vivian Jacobs, Josie Carver, Louise 
Davis and Albena Gagnon. 

'Tis little that we could have done without you 
Who have practised with us the whole year thru 
Some day we know, you'll fill each place 
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A — Absence : Means an excuse.' 

B — Basket-ball : One of her most important studies. 

C — Case: Well you know her. 

D — Dunn : You know her too. 

E — Examinations : Official recognition of our ignorance. 

F — Foolish : Freshies. 

G— Grades : E. G. F. P. 

H — Home-work : Work that's assigned, but seldom accomplished. 

I — Inattention: Devotion (to the girl across the aisle). 

J — Junior : They are always looking forward to Senior Privileges. 

K — Knowledge : See Seniors. 

L — Luck : E in exam. 

M — Music : A high tone noise. 

N — Noise : A song without music. 

O — Order : A vain attempt on the part of a teacher in the class-room. 

P — Pass: A doubtful subject. 

O — Ouestions : Usually cause "I don't know." 

R — Rash act : Telling a teacher she marked you too high. 

S— Sad : A flunk. 

T — Theme : A reflection of and on our imagination. 

U — Understand: It's seldom found in the class-room. 

V — Virtue : It's own reward. 

W — Woeful : Some of your marks. 

X— XXX : At the end of a note. 

Y — Yell : A sharp discordant cry as from agony. 

Z — Zero: 75% below passing. 

* * * 

FAVORITE FOODS 
Policemen — Beets. 
Gamblers — Steaks. 
Tewelers — Carrots. 
Rounders — Chickens. 
Hunters — Preserves. 
Historians — Dates. 
Critics — Roasts. 
Plumbers — Leeks. 
Surgreons — Ribs. 
Alienists — Nuts. 
Lovers — Mush. 
Miss Dunn — Gumbo. 



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Spain, Africa, Marchuary 37, 1998. 

Near the North Pole. 
Friendless Friend: 

Yourself and company are invited to stay away from a moonlight aft- 
ernoon picnic in the morning of August 8, 1910. Given by the Lemon Squeez- 
ers at Insane Grove. The music will be furnished by Happy Hooligan, di- 
rected by Motorcycle Mike. Admission single price per couple. Orphans 
accompanied by their parents will be admitted free of charge at half price. 

DIRECTIONS: 
Take the car you just missed and if you miss the boat swim to the train 
as nothing will be charged for waiting. You are requested to bring a basin 
of water in case your friend gets hungry. 

Anyone found dead in the grove will be arrested. Don't fail to come as 
you will enjoy yourself and feel sorry for it. 

AMUSEMENTS: 
Men without legs will run a race for a silver cup of brass, given by the 
Grouch Club. The winner will return the cup. Four murders will be com- 
mitted to amuse the children. Two hundred dollars worth of fire-crackers 
will be displayed, providing you bring them with you. Two shots will be 
fired at each person. Two railroads will be given away with each drink. 
Meals will be served to unknown persons free of charge if paid for by their 
friends. 

BILL OF FAIR: 
Doughnut Holes - - - - 5 cents each 

Very Long Short Cake - - - 8 cents per ton 

Spaghetti 7 cents per yard 

YOURS TILL NIAGARA FALLS 

* * * 

Mr. Bronson died very suddenly and an important business letter was 
left unmailed. 

Before sending it off, his secretary, who had a passion for explanatory 
detail, added the following postscript below Mr. Bronson's signature. 

"Since writing the above I have died." 

* * * 

Miss Clark : "Mac, you shouldn't laugh out loud in the school room." 
Mac Fell: "I didn't mean to do it. I was smiling when all of a sudden 
the smile bursted." 

* * * 

R. O. : "You can't do a thing without money nowadays." 
L. F. : "Oh, yes, you can." 
R. O.: "I wonder what?" 
L. F. : "Make debts." 

* * * 

FAMOUS BOOKS 
A Bathing Beauty — Lady of the Lake. 
Fiery Poetry — Burns. 
A Small English Town — Hamlet. 

Eliminate the "t" and have a familiar greeting — Othello. 
An African Belle — Black Beauty. 



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OLD SHOES 
How much a man is like old shoes, 
For instance, both a soul can lose, 
Both have been tanned, both are made tight 
By cobblers, both get left and right. 
Both need a mate to be complete 
And both were made to go on feet. 
With shoes the last is first ; with man 
The first shall be last ; and when 
The shoes wear out, they're mended too. 
When men wear out, they're men dead, too. 
They both need healing, both re-sold, 
And both in time turn all to mould, 
The both are trod upon, and both 
With tread on others, nothing loath, 
Both have their ties, and both indine 
When polished, on the world to shine. 
They both peg out, so would you choose. 
To be a man or be his shoes. 

* * * 

Mother: "What are you crying about, Bobby?" 

Bobby: "My kite won't fly and I made it out of fly-paper, too." 

* * * 

R. L. : "Have you kept up with your studies?" 
M. J.: "Oh yes, but haven't passed them." 



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* * * 
Miss Stuart in Home Economics Class : 

not to forget the lard." 

Loretta : "I didn't intend to, Miss Stuart, but it was so greasy it must 

have slipped my mind." 

* * * 

Karl Stocke : "What did you mean by calling your mother last night 
when I kissed you?" 

Gladys Johnsen : "I didn't know she was home." 

Luther Burbank is trying to invent a seedless watermelon. 

Wonder why Mr. West doesn't produce a squirtless grape fruit ? 

* * * 

Senior (interviewing a bunch of rats): "Every time I look at these I 
think Darwin's theory of evolution is correct." 

* # * 

Good Woman : "Well, do you want a meal badly enough to work for it?" 
Tramp : "No ma'am, I'm just hungry, not desperate." 

* * * 

Mary had a little lamb, 

And tho' the lamb is dead, 

She takes it along to school each day 

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Freshie: "May I have the 'Life of Caesar'?" 
Senior Librarian : "Brutus has taken it." 

Freshie (not seeing joke) : "Will you let me know when he returns it?" 

* * * 

"And how do you like codfish balls " 

Miss Stuart said to pupil Jennie, — 
She said, "I really couldn't say — 

I've never been to any." 

* * * 

Miss Dunn: "Lincoln, what is the opposite side of comparison?" 
Lincoln : "Conversion." 

* * * 

Miss Dunn : "The Seniors are very busy working on their Annual." 
Rudy Rapp : "Is it going to be published every week?" 

* * * 

Miss Stuart (in Home Economics Class) : "All right girls, start making 
the biscuits and get in the oven as soon as possible." 

* * * 

Terry : "You know I had the most wonderful dream last night. I thought 
I proposed to the prettiest girl." 

Dorothy Boiler: "What did I say?" 

* * * 

Senior: "Why are you so small?" 

Freshie : "Mother feeds me on pet milk, that makes me condensed." 

The Freshman knows not, and knows not that he knows not. 
The Soph, knows not, but knows that he knows not. 
The Junior knows, but knows not that he knows. 
The Senior knows and knows that he knows. 

M. M. : "Why is a room full of married women like an empty room?" 

A. G. : "I'm out." 

M. M.: "Because there's not a single one in it." 

* * * 

Hard-up stranger: "Will you shave one side of my face for 10 cents?" 
Obliging Barber: "Sure, which side?" 
Hard-up stranger : "The outside, please." 



Freshman: "The days may come, the days may go." 
Senior : "But where they come from Freshman don't know." 





"Man wants but little here below" 
I'm sure that really is not so — 
For you and I, we surely try 
For everything" you know — 
That's so — 

For now our wants, both great and small 
Within this book are listed all, 
Each thing you'd buy, just please to try, 
Our advertisers, on them call — 
For all — 

To print this book, the've helped us well, 
We lacked the cash without, to tell — 
Of Foley High — so please to buy, 
The many good things they've to sell, 
We tell. 



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For twenty-two years the Magnolia Springs Land Company 
has operated in South Baldwin County. In this time it has spent 
over $100,000, (this does not mean in taxes) in building road's 
bridges, etc , in South Baldwin County. It gave $20,000,00 to 
the building of the Bay Minette- Foley branch of the L. & N. 
R. R. 

It deeded to the county every section and cross section road 
running through its tracts, as well as sites for district schools. 

It gave to Foley — which is founded in the middle of the hold- 
ings, a Park, sites for its four churches and for its fraternal 
lodges. 

It founded the State Bank of Foley, built the Magnolia Hotel, 
and has recently installed a Light and Power Company, which 
has cost to date $45,000.00. In passing on the rates, the Chair- 
man of the State Board of Utilities, said "The people of Foley, 
should feel themselves very fortunate for obtaining the service 
and power this plant gives them, at the rates they are paying." 

It has never dispossessed a seller for not keeping up his pay- 
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It stands for fair play and re ::^"jility. 

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Foley Bakery 

BREAD, PIES, CAKES AND ROLLS 

When Better Bread is Made We'll Make It 

JOS. TAGHERER 



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MARINE GROCERY CO. I 

1 STAPLE, FANCY GROCERIES AND SHIP SUPPLIES 1 

Phone 725 604-606 South Palafox St. * P. O. Box 1203 | 

| Pensacola, Florida | 

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| Foley, Alabama 1 

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| "A Newspaper For Everybody" | 

| Phone 3210 } 

| We Want All the News All the Time 

| The Most Modern Printing Equipment on the Gulf Coast 

! COMMERCIAL PRINTERS 

| Blank Books Bank Printing Color Work 

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People's Drug Store 

L. R. STONE, Proprietor 
Foley, Alabama 



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| Where Cash Gets More 1 

| The Home of Fruits and Vegetables 1 



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FANCY GROCERIES | 

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I officers I 

I E. R. MALONE, President | 

| Morris Bear, Vice-President J. W. Andrews, Asst. Cashier 1 

1 J. W. Malone, Vice-President J. S. Leonard, Asst. Cashier | 

| C. W. Lamar, Cashier J. F. Quina, Asst. Cashier | 

I RESOURCES FIVE MILLION DOLLARS I 

| Pensacola, Florida | 



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| Skates, Gym. Equipments, Cutlery, Golf, Bicycles and Sun- | 

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| BICYCLES AND GUNS REPAIRED \ 

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Wilson Arms & Cycle Co* 

I SPORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS | 

1 24 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida | 

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MODERN HOTEL 

| MRS. GEO. W. ROCKSTUHL, Prop. 1 

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I FOLEY, ALABAMA I 

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South Baldwin 
State Bank 

I SECURITY SERVICE 

| Our Interest in Our Customers is Personal 

We Desire to be a Party to Their Success 



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I FISHING TACKLE, BICYCLES AND ACCESORIES 

GUNS, AMMUNITION AND ATHLETIC GOODS I 

| We Repair Anything in the Sporting Goods Line 

I Tennis Racket Re-Strung P. O. Box. 1239 | 

| Special Prices to Schools § 

| Pensacola, Florida. | 

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I Window Frames, Screens, Interior Cabinets, Special Sash, Etc. 1 

I COMPLETE WOODWORKING SHOP 1 

| LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL 1 

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| Wall Board | 

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Davis Barber Shop and Pool Room I 

1 R. D. DAVIS, Proprietor 1 

I HOT AND COLD BATHS I 

1 Mobile Register Agent Laundry Agency | 

| Foley, Alabama | 

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I SAVE YOUR BANK ACCOUNT | 

| Build of the Everlasting Material, Concrete Block or Brick 

Eureka Concrete 
Product & Construction 

I A. H. MUELLER, Owner I 

| Foley, Alabama I 



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Consumers Ice & Creamery Co. 

PURE CRYSTAL ICE 
SATSUMA BRAND BUTTER 



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I PHOTOGRAPHS THAT ARE DIFFERENT | 

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Sherrill Oil 
Company 

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Orange-Crush Bottling Co. 

| Foley, Alabama I 

I BUFFALO ROCK, CHERRY BLOSSOM, HIRE'S ROOT I 

I BEER— HIGH GRADE SODA WATERS AND GINGER ALE j 

Exclusive Bottlers of Ward's Orange, Lemon and Lime Crush | 

| For Baldwin County, Alabama | 

| Foley, Alabama | 

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Magnolia Springs Orchards 

| and Nurseries | 

| Magnolia Springs, Alabama | 

I Satsuma Trees Our Specialty 

1 Grown Right Priced Right 1 

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1 Office: Foley, Alabama | 



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HOLK BROS. 

THE QUALITY GENERAL STORE 



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Forbes, Quigley & Morgan, Inc. 

I Wholesale and Retail | 

HARDWARE, STOVES, ENAMELED WARE, PAINTS, I 

OILS, GUNS AND SPORTING GOODS I 

| Telephone 600 27 S. Palafox Street | 

J P. O. Box 1509 Pensacola, Fla. I 

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| Baldwin County's Best Satsuma Orchards were planted | 

1 with trees grown by us. No further recommendations 

| necessary. | 

| While we grow principally Satsuma and Pecan trees, we 

| can also furnish you other fruit trees and ornamentals. 

| Few people realize that we are in a position to furnish 

| your every need in Fruit Trees as well as Ornamentals. 

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| Foley, Alabama | 

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I SHIPPERS MOBILE AND BALDWIN COUNTY PRODUCTS 

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| Foley, Alabama | 

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| Foley, Alabama | 

BUY YOUR HARDWARE AT THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE 
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